For the third straight year the crack of the bat and the roar of the crowd has been replaced by the clangs of hammers and whirs of saws at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
The Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is about to kick off its first football game of the school year, except it won’t be at home like everyone was hoping. Instead, the game is being played at another stadium, in another district.
Eleven new gates will open up at Dallas Love Field Airport next year and council-members are being asked to sign off on the concession award system. But some vendors, who lost out in the process, say the decision-making wasn’t fair.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are at stake. It’s all part of a fight over concessions at DFW International Airport.
The divisive battle over Love Field concessions came down to a vote split right along racial lines at Dallas City Hall.
The Texas Rangers today announced a series of pricing and in-game initiatives at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington designed to enhance fan experience.